BancABC became operational in Tanzania as a merchant bank in 2002, adding retail services in 2008. The bank opened its first branch in 2010 and is now rolling out more outlets in various parts of the country. It offers a full bouquet of banking services to its corporate and personal customers. BancABC is the rebranded name of African Banking Corporation (ABC) that is active in five African countries.
National Monument Bank (NMB) is the largest bank in Tanzania, both when ranked by customer base and branch network. With over 139 branches it is located in more than 80% of Tanzania's districts. This broad branch network distinguishes NMB from other financial institutions in Tanzania. It is committed to sustaining and enhancing its branch network in order to provide access to capital to citizens in all areas of Tanzania, including the most remote. NMB is closely related to the Rabobank Group.
K-REP Bank was established by the K-REP Group, a Kenyan development agency involved in microfinance, research, advisory services and a host of other development initiatives. Since it has acquired a universal banking license K-REP Bank provides financial services to every Kenyan and especially to the ones with low income and to small and micro entrepreneurs. It believes that the access to its service is an essential ingredient for eradicating poverty and the development of Kenya.
Merchant Bank Ghana (MBG) provides a comprehensive range of banking services to its customers and clients, by using its worldwide network of correspondent banks and their agencies. The bank has taken advantage of the opportunities offered by the introduction of universal banking business in Ghana and MBG has fully developed all three areas of universal banking namely retail, corporate and investment.
First City Monument Bank (FCMB) is a wholesale banking group with an emerging retail banking business, headquartered in Lagos, Nigeria. FCMB, established in 1982, is the flagship company of the First City Group, one of Nigeria's leading comprehensive financial services providers. From its early origins in investment banking as City Securities Limited in 1977, FCMB has emerged as one of the leading financial services institutions in Nigeria.
uniBank Ghana was incorporated as a private company in December 1997 to operate as a bank. It is a wholly owned Ghanaian and authorized to undertake a broad range of banking business. The Bank opened its door to customers in January 2001 and offers a full bouquet of banking services to its corporate and personal customers, with as a key objective to provide customers with unrivalled level of quality service.